You may have noticed that the credit for the drawing in my previous post went to Gábor Damásdi. Gábor is a PhD student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is also one of the top math art creators I have met.
I think it took Gábor less than two minutes to prepare the drawing for the previous post, and this is one of his least interesting creations. Check out his site, which contains many more interesting things. You can find there drawings and animation of many mathematical results. Here is an animation of Pascal’s theorem:
Here is a Voronoi diagram of moving points:
I hope that in the future we’d have more of Gábor’s creations in this blog!